Classes in the Central Greene School District will start on time next week despite contentious contract negotiations between the board and teachers that have continued for more than a year.
Two men who pleaded guilty to driving under the influence were sentenced last week by Greene County Judge Lou Dayich.
A Jefferson woman was charged by state police with aggravated assault for allegedly slicing a man’s wrist and finger with a knife.
The Waynesburg Lions Club summer concert series has presented a variety of local and regional talent every Tuesday night since July.
An orange-clad army descended on Greene County early Saturday as more than 400 Waynesburg University freshmen spent the morning helping with several projects around the community..
Belle Vernon School Board voted to abolish the director of counseling position in a cost-cutting move.
The cash-strapped city of Monessen took steps to sell a building while it continues to negotiate the sale of City Hall to curb spending.
People from all over the Mon Valley gathered Sunday to celebrate the opening of the North Belle Vernon Community Bank Park.
A West Virginia man died after leaving a gas well site in search of medical attention Saturday afternoon.
The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh defined the Donora tornado as weak and brief.
For the first time in 35 years, Peters Township has a new manager, with Paul Lauer succeeding the retiring Michael Silvestri.
A gun range in Robinson Township now faces two appeals to reinstate its permit to operate on King Road in Bulger.
A Chartiers Townsship man was arrested Sunday night by township police after he allegedly forced his way into his girlfriend's home and struggled with officers trying to take him into custody.
Washington County has withdrawn a class-action lawsuit against against an electronic loan registry system and a host of banks the county claimed failed to properly record property transfers during the process of creating mortgage-backed securities and avoided paying millions of dollars in recording...
Nearly 150 supporters of drilling packed Hickory fire hall, but Mt. Pleasant supervisors couldn't rule on a proposed gas well site because of a judge's ruling.
Labor Day is still 13 days off and the calendar says that autumn arrives Sept. 22, but for a lot of people the curtain comes down on summer when those yellow or orange school buses start traversing our roads for their five-days-a-week rounds.
We’ve been skeptical about cyber charter schools because, for all the imperfections of brick-and-mortar classrooms, they still offer better opportunities for socialization, interaction and intellectual growth than having a student sit in front of a screen all day tapping a keyboard and...
Just a few years ago, Greene County’s three magisterial district courts were like Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Every summer, thousands of us stream into carnivals and amusement parks and pay for the privilege of being spun, soaked, whirled, dropped, shaken, rattled and rolled on rollercoasters, slides and other rides. We hunger for the adrenaline-surging thrill, but also want the comfort and certainty that...
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LONG POND – Will Power can’t seem to do any wrong, which means IndyCar has another serious points race looming.
Less than 24 hours after the close of the Rio Olympics, Ryan Lochte took a major financial hit Monday for a drunken incident he initially tried to pass off as an armed robbery.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Coach Jim McElwain insists he enjoys a little chaos. If that’s the case, then he really must be relishing his time at Florida.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazil won the medal it wanted the most Saturday, claiming its first Olympic gold in soccer and providing a lift to a beleaguered nation in the process.
RIO DE JANEIRO – It shouldn’t be that hard. The Americans make it look that way.
PITTSBURGH – Robert Golden isn’t taking anything for granted.
PITTSBURGH – As Fitzgerald Toussaint sat at his locker 30 minutes after the Steelers’ 23-16 playoff loss to the Denver Broncos in January, he felt the crush of the NFL world on his shoulders.
PITTSBURGH – Steelers tight end Ladarius Green said his head is just fine, thank you very much for asking.
PITTSBURGH – The NFL suspended Steelers All-Pro running back Le’Veon Bell Friday for the first three games of the regular season for violation of the league’s substance abuse policy.
PITTSBURGH – The Steelers hoped Landry Jones would take the No. 2 quarterback job and make it his own.
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